As #Carrie Fisher unexpectedly died due to cardiac arrest in December 2016, fans are now wondering how will “#Star Wars: #The Last Jedi” is going to end General Leia Organa's story. In an interview with ABC News, the late actress’ co-star John Boyega, who plays the role of Fin, revealed that she would be getting a proper send off.

While promoting his new movie “Detroit,” the 25-year-old actor talked about his fellow “Star Wars” star’s final appearance. Does this mean she will never be seen in the next “Star Wars: Episode 9?”

The last appearance

John Boyega revealed that this would be the last time General Leia Organa is going to be seen in a “Star Wars” movie.

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And it is going to end in a perfect moment.

"This movie, it sends her off in an amazing, amazing way," the London-born star told ABC News. However, Carrie Fisher’s memory will forever be kept alive in the franchise. “She lives forever in a sense," she added.

Before Debbie Reynolds’- who also died in December 2016 following her offspring’s death - daughter died, she was supposed to be the focal character in “Star Wars: Episode 9.” But, as fans were expecting to see her back with the use of CGI, Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy insisted that she will never be seen in the movie’s next installment.

Recalling last moments with Fisher

John Boyega was with his family in Nigeria when he learned of Carrie Fisher’s death in December 2016.

"It was a strange, strange feeling,” he described. He believed that the “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” cast had been silent after learning that the iconic actress was already gone.

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He, too, will cherish every memory that they had, especially they had filmed a number of scenes together under the direction of Rian Johnson. “We worked together closely on this," he continued recalling the moment they had shared.

Aside from Boyega, Fisher’s own daughter Billie Lourd also recollected her final moments with her mother. In an interview with Town & County magazine, the 25-year-old star told Sarah Paulson that the last time she saw her mom was when she was watching an episode of “Scream Queens.”

“It was a big episode for me," she said. She narrated that she had a lot of scenes that time and he was being hard on herself as she felt her looks and her performance were ugly. Fisher came to her rescue and told her she wanted to watch it with her. “She made me sit down and watch it, and she forced me to see the good parts,” she said. Her mom then assured her that she’s great and she has to have faith in herself and be more confident.